Zell am See – Schmitten

Salzburg (Salzburger Land)

Zell am See, nestled in the stunning Salzburg region of Austria, is a lakeside town surrounded by the towering peaks of the Alps. Boasting a modern lift system, Zell am See offers a diverse skiing and snowboarding experience with 100% snowmaking coverage on its Schmittenhöhe slopes. The resort's unique charm lies in its seamless connection with the nearby Kaprun-Kitzsteinhorn ski resort and the vast Skicircus Saalbach, providing an extensive range of terrain for all skill levels. Visitors can enjoy breathtaking views from Schmittenhöhe, which rises to 2,000 meters, while the vibrant town provides après-ski delights. Zell am See is easily accessible by train, car, or air, with Salzburg Airport being the closest major airport. The blend of guaranteed snow cover, modern amenities, and the stunning Alpine setting makes Zell am See a compelling destination for a memorable ski and snowboard holiday.

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Where is Zell am See located?

Zell am See is located in the state of Salzburg (Salzburgerland) in western Austria, near the border with the Tyrol. It is situated about 110 kilometers south of Salzburg, the capital city of the state. The nearest airport is Salzburg’s W. A. Mozart Airport. From there, you can take the bus – or the train from Salzburg main station – to Zell am See.

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